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Old 07-05-2009, 03:32 PM   #1
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Default tweecer rt on a d1sc

hey how is everybody? ok so my Q is will a tweecer rt work with a d1 procharger or not the guys at tweecer say yes but some of the forums say NO! can anyone give me a solid answer
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Old 07-05-2009, 05:20 PM   #2
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the tweecer is nothing more then a tuning device. it doesnt matter what motor combo you have.....in your case a d1
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Find out what ecu/computer you have... that is the question that matters.


If you want direct control of timing and fuel based on BOOST, then the tweecer isn't the right choice.
The tweecer does allow you to change any factory parameter/setting though... and there are plenty of guys running a tweecer with boost VERY successfully.

Also, look into the Moates QuarterHorse, as it has surpassed the capabilities of the tweecer.
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